If your searching
for Blackworms remember ALL Blackworms come from two farms here in
California. No other Farms exist. Order Farm-Direct to save on cost and
Our Blackworms are
Farm Direct to you.
You have selected one of
the best tropical fish foods available. You will find that your fish
will be healthier and maintain their true colors. Our California
Blackworms are the perfect food for conditioning new tropical fish and
breeding tropical fish.
Upon the arrival of your
Blackworms thoroughly rinse them with CHEMICAL FREE PRE CHILLED WATER (40-50
degrees) until their run off water is clear and clean. When placing
them in your live Blackworm keeper or other container make sure that
your worms are no thicker then 1/2 inch. If they are thicker
they may suffocate or try to escape from their container. Keep no more
then 1/2 inch of water above them, and do not cover their container they need to be able to breath.
Keep your Blackworms in
the refrigerator. They need to be kept between 40-55 degrees. Do not
keep them in an aquarium, outside boxes, basements etc. Only in the
To keep your worms fresh
they should be rinsed at least once a day. Use only CHEMICAL FREE PRE CHILLED
WATER when rinsing. Do not use aquarium water, or room
temperature water. Only cold 40-50 degree water.
You do not have to feed
your worms, they will live off their own body weight. However the
longer they are kept they will lose weight. Weekly orders are
suggested to insure freshness. Uneaten worms will not foul your
aquarium, but do feed according to your fish and aquarium size.
Blackworms ( THEY ARE NOT TUBIFEX) are farm raised in the best of conditions.
They are not harvested from ditches, duck ponds, factory run offs, or hatchery
ponds. At various times of the
year different types of worms and flat worms might appear mixed with your Blackworms.
These are not harmful to your fish.
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